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Spotlight: Apple says iPhone 'backdoors' are diagnostic services

Apple is defending the undocumented services resident on iOS devices, which security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski says can be used as a backdoor to sensitive data, as a diagnostic tool for enterprise IT departments, developers and AppleCare service perso ...

News Scan: Wearables to take off in enterprises; Facebook faces increased mobile ad competition; more

to an article from Mobile Marketer. Facebook's new mobile ad network and app install ads are driving its mobile ad revenue growth, but the competition is growing from Twitter, Google and Opera Mediaworks. ...

Cisco tries new collaboration, compliance tools for diverse work environments

Solution. Inspired by the Start screen of Windows 8, their intention is to deploy a multi-screen operating ...

Moible-ad buyout frenzy; Used iPhone sales good for Apple;

(Mobile Marketer) Long replacement cycle drags down iPad >> Long Replacement Cycle Drags Down iPad ...

Nokia handset business: Microsoft's loss is Nokia's gain

and game consoles under one system. "We are bringing teams together to approach Windows as one equal ...

Spotlight: They're not really 'back doors' if Apple gives them brass knockers

Last Monday in Spotlight, I pointed you toward an article from the personal blog of security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski, who reported on the existence of several exploitable back doors around security features in Apple's iOS. Back doors (Windows XP had several) are essentially bypasses ...

Open source ownCloud innovates unique collaboration scheme

a "Shared" folder. It was an easy way to facilitate file sharing, similar to what Windows 7 tried ...

Security worries hold firms back from embracing mobility

In addition to mobility, adoption of cloud technology and big data are proving difficult for many firms. ...

What the Apple-IBM deal means for the CIO

out of the picture, the bottom-line about the deal is its wholesale focus on bringing mobile ...

International cybercrime ring behind $1.6M StubHub theft taken down

to FierceITSecurity. For more:- check out Vance's announcement Related Articles: New mobile malware poses as FBI, ...